What is the correct spelling for BRIEDF?

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Correct spellings for BRIEDF

  • bared Looking down, he saw the sand bared of the sea, white and glistening in the moonlight.
  • barred They were back in the desert again, and the way to the tree of life was barred .
  • berried On either hand was a wood, thick with undergrowth; great pines, spruces, and larches, red-berried rowans, crowding on the steep sides of the ravine; trees of noble stature, shadowing fern and flower, towering against the sunny blue.
  • bored She had had no visitors that day, and was bored and restless and longing for conversation.
  • brad Brad opened the door.
  • braid "Braid your hair just as tight as you can, the way you had it the first day you came.
  • braided I suppose your mother braided your hair, and did all the work, that your hands might be as pretty as your face; and certainly she believed that while the boys might possibly fail in life, you would be all right, and marry a prince, and repay her for her kindness.
  • bread They wanted bread : so did we.
  • breed I've discovered every breed and every species.
  • bride Here, after giving her best wishes to the bride , she takes her carriage to the bride 's house to take part in the reception or breakfast.
  • brief But in this brief time my sight had grown used to the night, and I saw the object before the carpenter could answer.
  • brit 1832 May 2 Report on the Progress of Astronomy Trans Brit .
  • buried And then he buried his head in his hands again.
  • burred
  • Braved It was on a grey day, when the vast hill slopes seemed more than ever sinister and reluctant to the little figure that braved them.
  • Bred But she was highly bred, and belonged to the cream of English fashion; she had possessed a complexion as pure in its tints as are the interior leaves of a blush rose, and she had never had a thought in her head, and hardly ever a word on her lips. In a coal camp, born and bred I know about old beans Bulldog gravy and cornbread – Coalminers by Uncle Tupelo
  • Bret There are illustrated poems by Dr. HOLLAND and J. T. TROWBRIDGE; also, poems by STEDMAN, BRET HARTE, and others.
  • Bruited To the uttermost regions of the globe have not the indignant winds bruited its unparalleled infamy?
  • briefed All of the involved individuals insisted that Governor Collins had not been briefed on the details of her husbands appointment.
  • breeds The worst punishment of sin is that left alone it breeds more sin, and worse sin.
  • briefer His reply to the letter of Socrates Smith, A. M., was briefer , but likely to be more satisfactory to the recipient.

54 words made from the letters BRIEDF